New Dallas Season 3,Episode 12 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By TNT

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Recently, TNT served up the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Dallas" episode 12 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Victims Of Love," and it sounds like things will very interesting and dramatic as lives will hang in the balance, everyone scrambles to get ownership of Ewing Global shares, and more. In the new,12th episode press release: As Ewing Global goes public, twists and turns are going to abound while everyone scrambles to claim ownership. Pamela will struggle with what to do now that she knows Cliff didn't really kill J.R., and Bobby is going to seek the aid of an old flame ,Tracey McKay (guest star Melinda Clarke), to help get back control of the company. Meanwhile, Judith and Ryland will work to fix their own problems with the cartel, which will end up putting lives in the balance and aligning the Rylands and Ewings in a way no one ever expected.
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Dallas Iff 2013: Opening Night on the Pink Carpet

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Yes you read that right -- in honor of the 50th anniversary of contributing sponsor Mary Kay, the traditional red carpet at this year's Dallas International Film Festival (Diff) opening night was replaced with Mary Kay's favored pink. The evening featured a public service announcement-style video produced by the Dallas-based company to promote their "Don't Look Away" campaign, which focuses on ending domestic violence.

In addition to the film stars and filmmakers to walk the carpet, which you can see after the jump, several festival dignitaries were also in attendance including Dallas Film Society (Dfs) CEO Lee Papert and Dfs board chair Lynn McBee. Emmy nominee and Dallas television series producer Ken Topolsky was accompanied by Janis Burklund, Director of the Dallas Film Commission (seen above), and spoke about the receptiveness of the Dallas residents to film and television production in their community.

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Four join For the Love of Money

James Caan, Paul Sorvino, Jeffrey Tambour and Edward Furlong are set to start with Delphine Chaneac (Splice) and Yehuda Levi (Munich) in All Cash Productions indie drama For the Love of Money. Ellie Kanner directs from the writing by Jenna Mattison, who will also produce. Izek Shomof and Ken Topolsky will serve as executive producers on the project which is based on a true story of the life of Izek Shomof. The story focuses on the themes of family, friendship as well as the ties that bind between Jewish gangsters.
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Nine sign with APA

Nine sign with APA
APA has signed to represent actors Elizabeth Berkley, Sean Astin, Laurie Holden and Yancey Arias; comedian Louie Anderson; and producers Eddie Feldmann, Stuart Krasnow, Mike Rowe and Ken Topolsky.

Berkley has "Ask-Elizabeth," a self-help unscripted pilot, in consideration at MTV. She is managed by Kritzer Levine Wilkins.

Astin next appears in the comedy feature "Stay Cool." He is managed by Brillstein Entertainment Partners and also repped by attorney Dave Feldman.

Holden ("The Shield") is managed by Framework and also repped by attorney Alan Wertheimer.

Arias next appears in Sony Screen Gems' thriller "Legion." He is managed by Luber/Roklin.

Anderson performs his show "Larger Than Life" in Las Vegas.

Feldmann ("Dennis Miller Live"), an Emmy-winning writer-producer, is managed by New Wave. Krasnow created and executive produces Oxygen's "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency."

Writer-producer Rowe's credits include "Family Guy." Topolsky ("Kidnapped"), a TV producer-director, is managed by Rain Management Group.
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Ex-ICM agent Etz joins CAA

Nancy Etz has joined CAA as an agent in the TV literary department. Etz is one of nine ICM agents let go in the wake of ICM's purchase of the Broder Webb Chervin Silbermann Agency, which was announced last week (HR 7/31). She is the first one to land at a new company. Etz, an 11-year ICM veteran, most recently worked with such clients as Emmy-winning director-producer Alex Graves (The West Wing), Emmy-nominated writer Michael Caleo (The Sopranos), WGA-nominated writer Joel H. Cohen (The Simpsons), Maggie Friedman (Jack & Bobby), director Jon Amiel (Fox's Reunion), writer-producer Saladin K. Patterson (NBC's Frasier) and producer Ken Topolsky (CBS' Clubhouse). It is not clear which clients will follow her to CAA. While at ICM, Etz also guided the TV career of Everwood creator Greg Berlanti and his rise from a rookie staff writer on WB Network's Dawson's Creek to a sought-after creator-showrunner.

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